I posted earlier about my dilema, and think I can further clarify what I am trying to do, so here it goes. I have a ceiling light (box "C") that is controlled by 2 switches, 1 upstairs (box "A") and 1 downstairs (box "B"). A 3 way switch or curcuit I guess? I swapped out the light w/ a fan/light combo with a remote switch transmitter installed above the fan, so I can install 2 wall mount remote switches 1 at box"A" and 1 at box"B"
The wiring is layed out as follows: Box "A" contains 3 wires, 1 runs to box "C" and has a black, a white, and a bare. Wire 2 is the feed and has a black, a white, and a bare. Wire 3 runs downstairs to box "B", it has a black, a white, a bare, and a RED.
The remote switches have 3 wires, 2 black 1 green. The instructions say connect each black wire to a black wire from switch box, and connect green to ground.
Here is where I get lost, is there any way to configure this wiring to accept these switches?
I installed the remote system so I could have control of the light from the top and bottom of the stairwell without needing to go half way up or down in the dark to pull the light chain. Hope I explained myself clearly!!!